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Santuario Santissimo Crocifisso Cosenza
Italy

The present church of SS. Crucifix was designed by Cosentino Salvatore Giuliani. The nave, covered at times, is in Renaissance style. So also the right aisle with attached circular vaults. In both, including altars, balustrades and floor, marble abounds. The left aisle, flat roof, retains traces of the previous building, as well as the portal of the church with ornate cornices and tuff of Mendicino. The whole church is stretched a few feet from the previous: it is the result of moving behind the main altar. The blade of this altar is the miraculous crucifix SS.mo. Of medium size, carved in the round at the beginning of the seventeenth century, attract her features veiled from divine-human serene sadness, more than from pain resigned.

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Uploaded: 11/04/2014
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